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COMPOINT-LIB manual, Version 1.0



LAN – ISDN - BRIDGE





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Contents
Contents...........................................................................................................................................................2
COMPOINT - LIB..............................................................................................................................................3
Technical data of the COMPOINT - LIB.........................................................................................................................3
Description of the interfaces...........................................................................................................................................4
LEDs..............................................................................................................................................................................4
TCP/IP Port description..................................................................................................................................................5
TCP/IP Network................................................................................................................................................6
Example of a TCP / IP Network with COMPOINT-LIB...................................................................................................6
COMPOINT-LIB in the TCP/IP Net................................................................................................................................7
Setting up the IP address with DHCP............................................................................................................................9
Configuration with TELNET..........................................................................................................................11
Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB...........................................................................................................................11
XT Admin........................................................................................................................................................27
Description of the XT Admin........................................................................................................................................27
Description of the XT Admin, SCAN.............................................................................................................................28
Description of the XT-Admin, Set IP.............................................................................................................................29
Description of the XT-Admin, Telnet............................................................................................................................30
Description of the XT Admin, Update...........................................................................................................................31
Example for application................................................................................................................................32
Example for application for a COMPOINT - LIB:..........................................................................................................32
Configuration of the COMPOINT - LIB:........................................................................................................................33
Example for application................................................................................................................................34
Power supply and warranty..........................................................................................................................35


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COMPOINT - LIB

Technical data of the COMPOINT - LIB

Technical data











Dimensions: 66 x 30x 105 (mm)
Electric power consumption: +6 Volt / about 300 mA
Network connection: Ethernet 10/100MBit RJ45
Network speeds: 10/100 MBit Full/Half Duplex/ auto sensing

Network protocols: TCP/IP, Telnet, ICMP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, ARP,
BOOTP,HTTP,UDP
ISDN connection: ISDN RJ45
ISDN protocols: V.110 or V.120, X.75, X.25-network, ISDN-X.31(D-channel),ISDN
X.25 (B-channel)
Special features:
o DatexP Packet-Mode
o DatexP Access
o Rerouting
o X.25 with 10 virtual connections at a time



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COMPOINT-LIB


Description of the interfaces



ISDN connection

NETWORK LED CURRENT SUPPLY

LED’s (View from the front)

LEDs

The LED1 / LED2 show additionally the following statuses:

1.) LED1 flashes once per second:
It shows that there is no connection and that everything is working well.
2.) LED1 flashes rapidly:
A connection is established on the ISDN channel.
3.) LED2 flashes rapitly:
A connection is established on the ISDN D channel.
4.) LED1 flashes continuously:
A connection is established on the ISDN B channel.
5.) LED2 flashes continuously:
A connection is established on the ISDN D channel.
6.) LED1 and LED2 are flashing simulatniously once per second:
It had been tried to establish an ISDN connection, but there is no connection to
the ISDN – BUS (no ISDN connection / ISDN plug)
7.) LED1 and LED2 are flashing alternatly once per second:
There is no communication with the ISDN module

1

2

3

4

1: B-channel aktivated/connected
2: D- channel aktivated/connected
3: Network LINK
4: Network TX/RX

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TCP/IP Port description
Description of the special ports:
1002 / 3000 / 6500 / 9100 / 10001:
The flash update for the ISDN interface takes place over these ports
Important:
All ports mentioned here must not be used for the “Outgoing Calls“.

23 Telnet
515 LPR
615 IPP
1002 Standard - Port
3000 Standard - Port
6500 Standard - Port
8000 Port without Timeout
8888 Reset - Port
9084 Reset - Port
9100 Standard - Port
10001 Standard - Port

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TCP/IP Network
Example of a TCP / IP Network with COMPOINT-LIB.


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TCP/IP Network
COMPOINT-LIB in the TCP/IP network

Each participant of a TCP/IP network has one unique IP number and can thus be
identified clearly. These IP numbers are composed of 4 figures in the range from 0 to 255
(octet) separated by a point:
Examples: 149.213.48.93 or 109.89.1.3 or 56.3.58.13
You can distinguish 4 different types of addresses:
1. Addresses of type A
For addresses of type A the first octet determines the network address (0 -127) and the
other three octets determine the PC address. I.e. the participants of such a network only
have the first value in common, all other values are different (e.g. 121.213.13.22,
121.122.30.89 , 121.23.111.1, etc.). This type of addressing is only used in very large
networks as altogether there are 256 times 3 addresses available.
2. Addresses of type B
The addresses of type B determine the first two octets of the network address and the PC
names are distinguished by the two latter octets. Some IP numbers of a type B network:
139.1.0.1, 139.1.234.89, 139.1.45.9, etc.. The maximum number of network participants is
determined by 256 times 2 and the first value of the IP number is generally in the range
from 128 to 191.
3. Addresses of type C
The addresses of type C determine the first 3 octets of the network address and
determine the PC name with the 4
th
octet. Please find following some examples of a type
C network: 101.83.12.03, 101.83.12.243, 101.83.12.120 . The maximum possible number
of participants in the network is limited to 256 and this way many networks can be address
with only a few PCs. The typical value range for the first value of the IP number is from
192 to 223.
4. Addresses of type D
For the addresses of type D the four highest bits of the IP number = 1110 and this results
in a value range of 224 - 239 for the first value of the IP number. The types of addressing
are called Multicast and are used for more recent IP protocols.
On a TCP/IP network the COMPOINT-LIB has to be assigned with a clear and correct IP
number according to the above mentioned classes


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TCP/IP Network
Functional principal of the COMPOINT-LIB in the TCP/IP network
For the communication of 2 participants of a TCP/IP network over different types it is
decided how the Subnet mask had been defined. Each participant of the network
determines with this mask which other IP participant can be reached. The target address
will this way be linked with the Subnet mask bit by bit AND – the result will be compared to
the target address which is extended by the Subnet mask. The value 0 in the Subnet
mask means that the address indication will not be analyzed in this place and the value
255 means that an analysis takes place.
Please find below some examples:
Proper address 123.49.89.13
Subnet Mask 255.255.0.0
The addresses 123.49.xxx.xxx, e.g. 123.49.200.10 or 123.49.30.3, etc. can be reached
but not 123.50.200.10
Proper address 123.49.89.13
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
The addresses 123.49.89.xxx, e.g. 123.49.89.10 or 123.49.89.3, etc. can be reached
but not 123.49.200.10
In order to have LAN connections over the router also a connection over the Subnet mask
needs to be released and the routing needs to be configured with a default Gateway entry
over the corresponding router.


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TCP/IP Network
Setting up the IP address with DHCP.
Functional principal:
The COMPOINT-LIB contains all mechanisms of the DHCP (Dynamic Host Configure
Protocol) and can therefore be assigned to an IP address by a DHCP server. The IP
address can be firmly assigned (static assignment) or can be variable within an IP address
space according to configuration of the DHCP server. The additional properties of the
DHCP such as Lease Time, etc. are completely supported by the COMPOINT-LIB.
Please find following a typical entry on a Windows NT DHCP server:


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TCP/IP Network
Setting up the IP address with DHCP.
Setting up an address space from 149.213.100.100 to 149.213.100.200




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Configuration with TELNET
Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB


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Configuration with TELNET
Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB

2

You have enter the correct IP address of the Compoint-LIB, then the
message “Password Menu” will appear on the screen. Enter “XT” when the
password is requested.
3

If you actuate the RETURN key now, a short overview of the installed
interfaces and the selection option for the configuration is being offered.

=========================== PASSWORD MENU ===================================
Software Low = 2FF4
Software Date = 13.1.2005
Device Message = HW ONLINE
Device State = Ready
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Password:
MAIN MENU

1 = ETHERNET MENU
2 = COM MENU
3 = INFO MENU
4 = ADMIN MENU
5 = DUMP INTERFACE
6 = ISDN-BRIDGE MENU
Q = EXIT TELNET
F = Factory Settings
R = Restart Interface
S = Save all values
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:

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Configuration with TELNET
Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB
Konfigurieren von COMPOINT-LIB

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Point 1, the “Ethernet Menu“
1=Mac

address :
Here the current MAC address of the interface is shown. We disadvise you to change this
value otherwise it may lead to problems with other network adapters.
2=IP – address : With this item you can change the IP address.
Example: 2=192.168.0.1
3=SubnetMask: Here you can change the Subnet mask.
Example: 3=255.255.255.0
4=Name of interface: If you are using the DNS you can enter the DNS name here.
Example: 4=XT-Micro
5=DHCP Y/N: If the DHCP is to be used this item has to be set to Y (YES)
Example: 5=Y
6=Boot/P Y/N: If the Boot/p is to be used this item has to be set to Y (YES)
Example: 6=Y
7=Porttimeout : Determine when the inactive connection must be terminated, enter the value in seconds.
Example: 7=25
8=Standard Gateway : If there is a Gateway please enter it here.
Example: 8=192.168.0.25
9=Secondary Gateway : If there is an additional Gateway please enter it here.
Example: 9=192.168.0.26
A=DHCP Server : If the IP address of the DHCP server is known please enter it here.
Example: a=192.168.0.35
B=DNS Server1 : Enter here the IP address of your DNS server.
Example: b=192.168.0.66
C=DNS Server2 : If there is a 2. DNS server please enter it here.
Example: c=192.168.0.67
D=DNS Domain : If ther is a Domain please enter it here.
Example: d=musterdomain.de
E=Ethernet Speed : Here you can determine which Ethernet speed will be used by your interface.
The following entries are available:
e=10HALF  10Mbit Half/duplex
e=10FULL  10Mbit Full/duplex
e=100HALF  100Mbit Half/duplex
e=100FULL  100Mbit Full/duplex
e=AUTO  AUTO sensing

Under the menu item “IN USE” all used values are being shown.
To quit the menu enter q for quit. All modified values will be saved automatically.
=========================== ETHERNET MENU ===================================

1 = MAC - Address = 08-BB-CC-00-90-01
2 = IP - Address = 100.100.100.155
3 = SubnetMask = 255.255.255.0
4 = Name of Interface = XT-00-80-00-S1
5 = DHCP Y/N = Y
6 = BOOT/P Y/N = N
7 = Port Timeout = 30
8 = Standard Gateway = 0.0.0.0
9 = Secondary Gateway = 0.0.0.0
a = DHCP Server = 0.0.0.0
b = DNS Server1 = 0.0.0.0
c = DNS Server2 = 0.0.0.0
d = DNS Domain =
e = Ethernet Speed = AUTO
IN USE
Gateway1,Gateway2 = 100.100.100.1 , 0.0.0.0
DHCP Server = 100.100.100.1
DNS Server1,Server2 = 100.100.100.1 , 0.0.0.0
DNS Domain =
For example:'2=100.99.88.7'
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:



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Configuration with TELNET
Configuring the COMPOINT-LIB

Point 2, the “COM1 Menu“
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=========================== COM1 MENU =======================================

1 = Destination IP1 = 0.0.0.0
2 = Destination PORT1 = 0
3 = Destination DNS1 =
4 = Destination IP2 = 0.0.0.0
5 = Destination PORT2 = 0
6 = Destination DNS2 =
7 = Connection Setuptime= 20
8 = Connection Time/Dst = 5
9 = InputTimeOut *10ms = 0
a = Baudrate:115 b = Databits:8 c = Parity:N d = Stopbits:1
e = Flow Control:H f = Emulation:NONE g = EmuCode:0000
h = RTS:0 i = DCD:0 j = DTR:0 k = DSR:0
Interface Lines =
+-----------------------------------+
|Name |RTS |CTS |DTR |DSR |DCD |
|Def. |LOW |LOW |LOW |LOW |HIGH |
|Value|LOW |LOW |LOW |LOW |LOW |
+-----------------------------------+
For example:'1=192.168.10.2'
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:

1=Destination IP1 :
Will not be configured.
= 0.0.0.0

2=Destination Port1 : Will not be configured. = 0
3=DNS1 : Will not be configured.
4=Destination IP2 : Will not be configured = 0.0.0.0
5=Destination Port2 : Will not be configured. = 0
6=DNS2 : Will not be configured.
7=Connection Setuptime: Will not be configured. = 20
8=Connection Time/Dst: Will not be configured. = 5
9=InputTimeOut *100ms :Determines how long the interface will wait until incoming data are being treated.
Example: 9=3 (Timeout to 30ms)
A=Baudrate: Enter the baudrate of your terminal here. The following baudrates are available:
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115 (115200)
Example for the entry: a=9600
B=Databits: Enter here the number of databits. The following databits are available:
7, 8 Example for the entry: b=8
C=Parity: ODD = O , EVEN = E, N = None
Example: c=N
D=Stopbits: Number of stopbits, 1,2
Example: d=1
E=FlowControl Switch the flow control on or off. H = Hardware, S = Software, N = None
Example: e=H


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Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB

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=========================== COM1 MENU =======================================

1 = Destination IP1 = 0.0.0.0
2 = Destination PORT1 = 0
3 = Destination DNS1 =
4 = Destination IP2 = 0.0.0.0
5 = Destination PORT2 = 0
6 = Destination DNS2 =
7 = Connection Setuptime= 20
8 = Connection Time/Dst = 5
9 = InputTimeOut *10ms = 0
a = Baudrate:115 b = Databits:8 c = Parity:N d = Stopbits:1
e = Flow Control:H f = Emulation:NONE g = EmuCode:0000
h = RTS:0 i = DCD:0 j = DTR:0 k = DSR:0
Interface Lines =
+-----------------------------------+
|Name |RTS |CTS |DTR |DSR |DCD |
|Def. |LOW |LOW |LOW |LOW |HIGH |
|Value|LOW |LOW |LOW |LOW |LOW |
+-----------------------------------+
For example:'1=192.168.10.2'
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:
Continue point 2, the “COM1 Menu“
F=Emulatio
n:
The following emulations are available:
Modem- Emulation Entry: f=MODEM
PAD-Emulation Entry: f=PAD
ConnectOnData Entry: f=DIRECT
No Emulation Entry: f=NONE
G=Emucode: With this menu item you can release customer-specific function.
H=RTS/CTS: This menu item selects the behaviour of the RTS line (output)
h=0  RTS Allways ON
h=1  RTS Follows CTS
h=2  RTS Follows DSR
h=3  RTS Allways ON + Hardware Protocol
h=4  RTS Follows CTS + Hardware Protocol
h=5  RTS Follows DSR + Hardware Protocol
I=DCD: This menu item selects the behaviour of the DCD line (output)
i=0  DCD Always ON
i=1  Indicates Connection
i=2  Follows DSR
i=3  Set to input
J=DTR: This menu item selects the behaviour of the DTR line (output)
j=0  DTR Always ON
j=1  Indicate Connection
j=2  Follows DSR
K=DSR: This menu item selects the behaviour of the DSR line (input)
k=0  DSR No Control
k=1  DSR Control Incoming
k=2  DSR Clear Connection

Important
: In the menu “COM1“ only the values a=Baudrate:115(115200Baud)
as well as e=FlowControl : H(Hardware) are required.

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Point 3, the “Info Menu“
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=========================== INFO MENU =======================================

Software Low = 2FF4 Date = 13.1.2005
Software High = 2FF4 Date = 13.1.2005
Lan Driver / State = 3 / 0000
EEP Driver = 1
Hardware Version = 60
Device Message = HW ONLINE
Device State = Ready
Socket0 = ESTABLISHED
His IP/PORT = 100.100.100.111 / 2698
My IP/PORT = 100.100.100.155 / 23
Socket1 = CLOSED
His IP/PORT = /
My IP/PORT = /
Socket2 = CLOSED
His IP/PORT = /
My IP/PORT = /
Socket3 = CLOSED
His IP/PORT = /
My IP/PORT = /
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:
With the menu item “Info Menu“ all information concerning the interface are shown. In this
menu you can read out your current Firmware version and you can display if anybody is
connected to the interface.

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Point 4, the “ADMIN Menu“
With the Admin - Menü you can determine e.g. if an UPDATE(Download) over the network
will be allowed. Furthermore, you can determine here the password or the default port as
well as the webserver port
.

=========
================== ADMIN MENU ======================================

1 = Download Y/N = Y
2 = Password =
3 = Interface PORT = 1002
4 = Webserver PORT = 80
5 = Snmp Trap Y/N = N
6 = Snmp Target IP = 255.255.255.255
7 = Snmp Target PORT = 162
8 = DLC/LexLink Y/N = N
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice: [Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:

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Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB

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Point 6, the “ISDN - Bridge Menu“
1 = Protocol With the selection 1 – A you can determine your proper ISDN protocol settings. All
parameters which are entered here will be transferred before establishing a
connection to the AT Emulation of the ISDN board. The first 5 protocols are already
predefined but they can be overwritten.
Example
Protocol 1 = (**TEI=1;) = TEI=1(**DHTC=1;) = 1 virtual channel, (B21) = X.31 D-channel
Protocol 2 = (**TEI=1;) = TEI=1(**DHTC=2;) = 2 virtual channels, (B21) = X.31 D- channel
Protocol 3 = (**TEI=1;) = TEI=1(**DHTC=5;) = 5 virtual channels, (B21) = X.31 D- channel
Protocol 4 = (**HTC=1;) = 1 virtual channel (B20) = X.25 B- channel
Protocol 5 = (**HTC=10;) = 10 virtual channels (B20) = X.25 B- channel

Example for a X.31 connection:
ATE0W1S0**TEI=1;**DHTC=1;B21.
The AT command sequence ATE0W1S0 will prepend each dialing.

Important:
Please also refer to our manual “handbuch_isdn.pdf.pdf“ for further information
about our AT commands.

B = Input TimeOut
C = Output TimeOut
D = Output Lenght
serve for flow control and shall only be changed if required.
E = Allowed incoming MSN=
Here you can enter all admitted incoming MSNs separated by semicolon (;) (40
digits).

Example:
E=NONE or E=0897788332211 ;06912348999
As there will never be an MSN called “NONE” you will not be able to access the
COMPOINT – LIB from outside.
=========
================== ISDN
-
BRIDGE MENU ================================

1 = Protocol 1 = **TEI=1;**DHTC=1;B21
2 = Protocol 2 = **TEI=1;**DHTC=2;B21
3 = Protocol 3 = **TEI=1;**DHTC=5;B21
4 = Protocol 4 = **HTC=1;B20
5 = Protocol 5 = **HTC=10;B20
6 = Protocol 6 =
7 = Protocol 7 =
8 = Protocol 8 =
9 = Protocol 9 =
A = Protocol 10 =
B = Input TimeOut *10ms = 0
C = Output TimeOut*10ms = 0
D = Output Lenght = 128
E = Allowed incoming MSN=
O = OUTGOING CALLS
I = INCOMING CALLS
S = STATUS
For example:'1=1234567'
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:

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Point O, “OUTGOING CALLS“
=========================== OUTGOING CALLS ==================================

SELECTION RANGE: A-J = A
1 = Source Port = 6000
2 = WaitForConnect = N
3 = Send with Length = N
CONNECT TO
4 = Protocol = 1 (ATE0W1S0=0**TEI=1;**DHTC=1;B21)
5 = DialUp = 026245680690139
6 = X.25 Parameter = X026245680690139Ptest
RECONNECT TO
7 = Protocol = 5 (ATE0W1S0=0**HTC=10;B20)
8 = DialUp = 068351029050
9 = X.25 Parameter = X45680690139Ptest
X = Clear Statistic
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
DialUp Connect ReCon Err Busy NoCarrier NoDialtone NoAnswer Time LastCode
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:
SELECTION RANGE: A-J By entering A-J you can determine up to 10 outgoing connection
configurations.
Note
: If you want to use 10 parallel connections e.g. X.25 B or D – channel
but if the establishing of the connection will be the same then you will only
need one configuration.
1 = Source Port = 6000
Here you determine for which TCP/IP Request (PORT) an ISDN dialing will
take place.
2 = WaitForConnect = N/Y
Here you determine (Y), if first an ISDN connection has to be established in
order to reply to a TCP/Request (SYN).
3 = Send with Length = (Option)

4 = Protocol = 1 (ATE0W1S0=0**TEI=1;**DHTC=1;B21)
Here you can select the protocols 1-10
CONNECT TO
(1. dialing)
5 = DialUp = 026245680690139
Here you enter the ISDN DIALING (phone number)
6 = X.25 Parameter = X026245680690139Ptest
Here you enter all required X.25—parameter if X.25 had been selected as
protocol
RECONNECT TO
(2. dialing)
7 = Protocol = 5 (ATE0W1S0=0**HTC=10;B20)
Here you can select the protocols 1-10
8 = DialUp = 068351029050
Here you enter the ISDN DIALING (phone number)
9 = X.25 Parameter = X45680690139Ptest
Here you enter all required X.25 – parameter if X.25 had been selected as
protocol

Important:
Please read our manual “handbuch_isdn.pdf.pdf“, for further information
about our AT

commands
.


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Point O, “OUTGOING CALLS“
=========================== OUTGOI
NG CALLS ==================================

SELECTION RANGE: A-J = A
1 = Source Port = 6000
2 = WaitForConnect = N
3 = Send with Length = N
CONNECT TO
4 = Protocol = 1 (ATE0W1S0=0**TEI=1;**DHTC=1;B21)
5 = DialUp = 026245680690139
6 = X.25 Parameter = X026245680690139Ptest
RECONNECT TO
7 = Protocol = 5 (ATE0W1S0=0**HTC=10;B20)
8 = DialUp = 068351029050
9 = X.25 Parameter = X45680690139Ptest
X = Clear Statistic
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
DialUp Connect ReCon Err Busy NoCarrier NoDialtone NoAnswer Time LastCode
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:
X = Clear Statistic Here all statistic counters are being deleted.

Note
: If connections can not be established you can check the LastCode under
the corresponding “Outgoing Call”. Here you will always find the current
error code. Compare this code with those given in the manual
“handbuch_isdn.pdf.pdf“



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Point I, “INCOMING CALLS“

=========================== INCOMING CALLS ==================================
SELECTION RANGE: A-T = A
1 = Protocol: = 4 (ATE0W1S0=0**MSNI=33445566775;**HTC=1;B20)
2 = Own MSN = 33445566775
3 = Incoming Userdata =
4 = Destionation IP = 0.0.0.0
5 = Destionation Port = 0
X = Clear Statistic
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Request Connect Lan Error NoAnswer Time LastCode Incoming
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
0 0 0 0 0 0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:
SELECTION RANGE: A-T By entering A-T you can determine up to 20 incoming connection
configurations.
Note
: Generally Selection A is entered. By this it is possible to reach the
interface via Remote. You should start your configuration from the Selection
B on or enter this entry e.g. under Selection T.
1 = Protocol = 1 (ATE0W1S0=0**TEI=1;**DHTC=1;B21)
Here you can select the protocols 1-10
2 = Own MSN = 1234567890
Here you can determine the ISDN - MSN under which the COMPOINT – LIB
is being reached.
3 = Incoming Userdata = IP1
If you have selected X.25 in the D or B – channel as protocol here you can
determine with which Userdata you will reach which TCP/IP target
(IP/PORT). With this option you can reach up to 20 targets with TCP/IP in
the Remote network via a COMPOINT – LIB connected over a Remote.
(POS, TERMINALS, access control devices etc.)

4 = Destination IP = 100.100.2.4
Here you enter the target IP address.

5 = Destination Port = 7910
Here you enter the target port.

X = Clear Statistic By this all statistic counters are being deleted.

Note
: If the connections are not established you can control the LastCode under
the corresponding “Incoming Call”. There you will always find the current
error code. Compare this code to those of the manual
“handbuch_isdn.pdf.pdf“

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Point S,“ STATUS“
=========================== STATUS ============
==============================

ComState Ready = OPEN
Ack Error = 0
Drop Error = 0
Reset Error = 1
Incoming Req. = 0
Last IncomingNr=
Last IncomingUD=
Channel 1 = Incoming Wait
Channel 2 = Close
Channel 3 = Close
Channel 4 = Close
Channel 5 = Close
Channel 6 = Close
Channel 7 = Close
Channel 8 = Close
Channel 9 = Close
Channel 10 = Close
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice :
ComState Ready = OPEN

Shows if a connection to the ISDN module is established or if the modul is operable.
Ack Error = 0
Drop Error = 0
Reset Error = 1

Error counter. If these values are change it might lead to problems in the
communication
Incoming Req. = 0
Last IncomingNr = <0389761234>
Last IncomingUD = <TEST>

Here all incoming calls are counted and the last incoming phone number are saved.
Also the last user data are recorded. But only if an X.25 Incoming had been
registered with its user data.
Channel 1 = Incoming Wait
Channel 2 = Outgoing Opening
Channel 3 = Close
Channel 4 = Connected
Channel 5 = Close
Channel 6 = Outgoing Connecting
Channel 7 = Connected
Channel 8 = Incoming Open
Channel 9 = Connected
Channel 10 = Connected
Here all statuses of the 10 available channels are displayed.

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Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB





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Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB


Mac

Address :
Here the current MAC address of the interface is displayed. We disadvice to change this value
otherwise it would to problems with other network adapters.
IP – Address : Under this item you can change the IP address.
Example: 192.168.0.1
SubnetMask: Here change your Subnet mask.
Example: 255.255.255.0
Name of interface: If you use DNS you can enter the DNS name here
Example: XT-MINI
DHCP Y/N: If you use the DHCP this item has to be set to Y (YES)
Example: Y or N
Boot/P Y/N: If you use Boot/p this item has to be set to Y (YES)
Example: Y or N
Porttimeout : Determine when an inactive connection has to be terminated, enter the value in seconds.
Example: 25
Standard Gateway : If there is a Standard Gateway please enter it here.
Example: 192.168.0.25
Secondary Gateway : If there is an additional Gateway please enter it.
Example: 192.168.0.26
DHCP Server : If the IP address of the DHCP server is known, please enter it here.
Example: 192.168.0.35
DNS Server1 : IP address of the 1
st
. DNS server.
Example: 192.168.0.1
DNS Server2 : IP address of the 2nd. DNS server.
Example: 192.168.0.2
DNS Domain : If there is a domain please enter it here.
Example: musterdomain.de
Ethernet Speed : Here you can determine which Ethernet speed your interface will use.
The following entries are available:
10HALF  10Mbit Half/duplex
10FULL  10Mbit Full/duplex
100HALF  100Mbit Half/duplex
100FULL  100Mbit Full/duplex
AUTO  AUTO sensing


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Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB

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Point 4, the “Info Menu“
Under the menu item “Info“ you will find all information concerning the interface. In this
menu you can read out the current Firmware version and it is displayed if anybody is
connected to the interface.

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Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB

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Point 5, the “Admin Menu“
Download:
Allow software update: Yes/no/temporarily (after having performed the update set option to
no)
Password: Freely selectable password
Interface Port: Free port selectable which will be used on the Host later on.
SNMP Trap: Activates or deactivates SNMP traps, serves for monitoring.
SNMP Target IP: If a certain IP is assigned, enter it here.
SNMP Target Port: The port of the application
DLC/LLC: Activates or deactivates the DLC


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Configuration of the COMPOINT-LIB


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Point 6, the “Dump Menu“
In the Dump menu you can display the data which the interface has received. As the
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XT Admin
Description of the XT Admin
On the following pages you will find a description of our configuration and management
tool XT Admin.

1. All interfaces which are lying within the network are displayed in this position, no
matter if the IP address is available or not

2. By clicking on the cross the interfaces are being extended. If there is no cross you
cannot reach the interface

3. By actuating the button “Refresh“ the list will be updated


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XT Admin

Description of the XT Admin, SCAN
If you do not want to display a COMPOINT-LIB which is located outside of your subnet or
which is installed behind the gateway, it will not be displayed automatically. But you have
the option to scan a certain IP range in order to display this interface as well.





1. By clicking on the button “SCAN“ the following window opens up.

2. Enter the IP range here if you want to scan.

3. Select the speed by which you want to scan. For slow networks we recommend to
scan slowly “Scan low“, for fast ones, we recommend to scan fast “Scan fast“

4. After having performed all settings you can press the button “Scan“ in order to start
the process. The interfaces which had been found are displayed in the index on the
left.


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XT Admin
Description of the XT-Admin, Set IP
With the Set IP function you can assign a new IP to your interface by the push of a button
even if it is located outside of your subnet.




1. By clicking on the button “Set IP“ the following window opens up

2. Select the interface on the left menu to which a new IP address is being assigned.
The values of this interface are automatically transfered to the Set IP window.

3. Enter the new IP address to this field.

4. In order to set this IP address push the button “Set IP“. After a short while the
interface will be displayed in the index on the left with your new IP address.
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XT Admin
Description of the XT-Admin, Telnet
With the Telnet function you can establish a Telnet connection to your interface.





1. By clicking on “Telnet“ the following window opens up

2. On the left menu select the interface which you want to configure by Telnet. By
clicking on this interface, the IP address will be transfered to the Telnet address
field.

3. Press on the button “Connect“ in order to establish a connection. To terminate the
connection press “Disconnect“. You will find further informations about the
configuration by Telnet in the chapter Telnet.
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XT Admin
Description of the XT Admin, Update
With the update function you can update the Firmware of your COMPOINT-LIB over the
network.






1. By clicking on “Update“ the following window opens up

2. Select you type of interface on this menu.

3. Click on the interfaces which you want to update. It is possible to enter several
interfaces and to provide them automatically with a new software version one after
another.

4. After having listed all interfaces press on the button Update and select the software
version file.


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Example for application
Example for application for a COMPOINT - LIB:

Solution of subsidiary
Operator

NETWORK/LAN
CASH DESK 1 CASH DESK 2 CASH DESK n
In a subsidiary 3 or more POS terminals shall be connected to a provider via ISDN X.25/
X.31. All POS terminals are connected to an existing LAN. At the NTBA of the subsidiary a
DatexP access 100 service is overplugged. It has 2 virtual channels. If more than 2
terminals are activated at the same time, the selection shall be performed automatically
over the B channel (X.25) to the provider.
Additionally, the provider can reach all 3 terminals for service purposes via Remote.
IP: 192.168.0.1

IP: 192.168.0.2

IP: 192.168.0.3

IP: 192.168.0.100
Mask 255.255.255.0

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Example for application
Configuration of the COMPOINT - LIB:
Under “4 = Protocol“ the protocol 2 had been entered. Here 2 virtual channels are made
available for the D channel (DHTC=2,X31 = B21). If they are depleted here the reconnect
function will immediately engage and the B channel (X.25 = B20) will be activated. For all
terminals you have to enter “192.168.0.100“ as target IP address and “6000“ as target
port. Further settings for your Outgoings are not required.

OUTGOING CALLS
=========================== OUTGOING CALLS ==================================
SELECTION RANGE: A-J = A
1 = Source Port = 6000
2 = WaitForConnect = N
3 = Send with Length = N
CONNECT TO
4 = Protocol = 2 (ATE0W1S0=0**TEI=1;**DHTC=2;B21)
5 = DialUp = 026245680690139
6 = X.25 Parameter = X026245680690139Ptest
RECONNECT TO
7 = Protocol = 5 (ATE0W1S0=0**HTC=10;B20)
8 = DialUp = 068351029050
9 = X.25 Parameter = X45680690139Ptest
X = Clear Statistic
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
DialUp Connect ReCon Err Busy NoCarrier NoDialtone NoAnswer Time LastCode
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:
INCOMING CALLS
=========================== INCOMING CALLS ==================================
SELECTION RANGE: A-T = A
1 = Protocol: = 4 (ATE0W1S0=0**HTC=1;B20)
2 = Own MSN =
3 = Incoming Userdata = T1
4 = Destionation IP = 192.168.0.1
5 = Destionation Port = 1002
X = Clear Statistic
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Request Connect Lan Error NoAnswer Time LastCode Incoming
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
0 0 0 0 0 0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:


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For the incomings 3 inputs have to be created (Selection A,B and C). All inputs differ by
the Userdata and the Destination IP. If there is only one incoming on the B channel (X.25
= B20) via Remote and e.g. T3 is transferred as user data, a transparent TCP/IP
connection to terminal 3 will be established.

=========================== INCOMING CALLS ==================================
SELECTION RANGE: A-T = B
1 = Protocol: = 4 (ATE0W1S0=0**HTC=1;B20)
2 = Own MSN =
3 = Incoming Userdata = T2
4 = Destionation IP = 192.168.0.2
5 = Destionation Port = 1002
X = Clear Statistic
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Request Connect Lan Error NoAnswer Time LastCode Incoming
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
0 0 0 0 0 0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:

=========================== INCOMING CALLS ==================================
SELECTION RANGE: A-T = C
1 = Protocol: = 4 (ATE0W1S0=0**HTC=1;B20)
2 = Own MSN =
3 = Incoming Userdata = T3
4 = Destionation IP = 192.168.0.3
5 = Destionation Port = 1002
X = Clear Statistic
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Request Connect Lan Error NoAnswer Time LastCode Incoming
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
0 0 0 0 0 0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Q = QUIT] Please enter your choice:


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Power supply and warranty
Power supply:
The power supply takes place by an external power supply unit. Please observe that the
indicated power supply of the power supply unit (+6 Volt) corresponds to the indication on
the COMPOINT-LIB.
Warranty:
The information in this manual may be changed without prior notice. In spite of thorough
elaboration this manual may contain mistakes or may be incomplete. Therefore, we do not
take any liability for errors or loss of data resulting hereof.